Rehiring age will be raised to 67 in 2 to 3 years

Rehiring age will be raised to 67 in 2 to 3 years

THE Government has opted to give time to companies to re-employ workers to age 67 because forcing them to do so immediately may end up backfiring, said Manpower Minister Tan Chuan-Jin. -ST
Unemployment rate remains low despite higher layoffs in Q3

Unemployment rate remains low despite higher layoffs in Q3

Although 3,500 workers were laid off in the third quarter of this year, the rate of re-entry into employment within six months had improved. -AsiaOne

Cost of driving continuing to rise next year?

Buy your car insurance direct and you could save up to 25%. Pay for the cover you need at DirectAsia.com and get a $100 CashCard when you buy a comprehensive car policy this month. -Advertising feature
Malaysia Airlines shares suspended as part of rescue plan

Malaysia Airlines shares suspended as part of rescue plan

Malaysia Airlines suspended its shares from the country's stock exchange Monday under a government rescue plan for the flag carrier. -AFP
More CPF flexibility under study: Minister

More CPF flexibility under study: Minister

Option of varying savings, payouts raised ahead of review panel's report. -ST
Cool market? Be cool

Cool market? Be cool

You can still get a good price on the sale of your home even with the property cooling measures - with the help of a smart agent. -TNP
Individual needs the focus in CPF review?

Individual needs the focus in CPF review?

There could be more options for Central Provident Fund (CPF) members in deciding how much they want to save, rather than a one-size-fits-all approach to retirement funding. -My Paper
UOB to grow wholesale bank revenue by 15 per cent

UOB to grow wholesale bank revenue by 15 per cent

The wholesale banking business contributed 30 per cent to UOB Malaysia's revenue last year. -The Star/ANN
Clock's ticking on ATM card activation

Clock's ticking on ATM card activation

Hundreds of thousands of bank cards, as The Straits Times understands, will not be accepted next month if users do not quickly activate new cards that have arrived in the mail. -My Paper
Sunseap Leasing clinches HDB's largest solar tender

Sunseap Leasing clinches HDB's largest solar tender

Solar photovoltaic systems to be installed at 680 HDB blocks, three HDB-owned commercial properties. -BT
All eyes on Fed as policy meeting looms

All eyes on Fed as policy meeting looms

Markets are already very jumpy over the oil-price crash, and this week, another element of uncertainty may enter the mix. -My Paper
After the feast, the famine may be lurking

After the feast, the famine may be lurking

Industry players fear office space crunch, with rents picking up in 2018. -ST
Bright outlook for ‘quiet, exclusive zone’

Bright outlook for ‘quiet, exclusive zone’

Better transport, more jobs to boost appeal of Upper Thomson, Springside. -ST
More homes put up for fire sale as borrowers default

More homes put up for fire sale as borrowers default

159 properties were put up for fire sale this year - five times the 32 units last year. -ST
'Print it, wear it, that's the way customers want it'

'Print it, wear it, that's the way customers want it'

Venture capitalist tips 3D printing, wearable devices to be hot in 2015. -ST

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